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Ithaca

Label: Kedar Entertainment Group
Released: 2012

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Ithaca

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Fire and Ice, Void (for Doris), First Shard, Broken Silence, Second Shard, Ithaca, Zinc, Third Shard, Unfolding, Zig Zag, Klaglied

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Barry Guy/Marilyn Crispell/Paul Lytton: Ithaca

Read "Ithaca" reviewed by Ollie Bivens


Barry Guy is a British bassist and founder of the London Jazz Composers Orchestra. On his latest album on the Intakt label he, fellow British drummer Paul Lytton and American pianist Marilyn Crispell explore the outer reaches of a style of music - free jazz - that deserves a wider hearing among the American public. Ithaca ...

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Barry Guy/Marilyn Crispell/Paul Lytton: Ithaca

Read "Ithaca" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Inspired by two architects and underscored by Irish artist George Vaughn's piece Ithaca, bassist Barry Guy and his bandmates enact various planes and emotive elements on this superb effort. With this outing--and a second trio date for Intakt Records--the trio morphs tumultuous crosscurrents with driving and oddly balanced rhythms. Guy, pianist Marilyn Crispell, and ...

Album

Ithaca

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Fire and Ice 10:21; Void (for Doris) 6:37; First Shard 1:50; Broken Silence 6:34; Second Shard 1:12; Ithaca 8:47; Zinc 3:32; Third Shard 2:42; Unfolding 3:55; Zig Zag 10:08; Klaglied 4:47.

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Barry Guy/Marilyn Crispell/Paul Lytton: Ithaca

Read "Ithaca" reviewed by Andrey Henkin


In 1968, three Europeans--pianist Irene Schweizer, bassist Peter Kowald and drummer Pierre Favre--privately released Santana , on the surface a traditional piano trio, but in fact a violent refutation of jazz' most dependable format. Laden with a brutality that may have made Cecil Taylor blanche, Santana was another example of European free improvisation cutting the cord ...


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